There’s a twist in the partly-cloudy awareness, a knowing undercurrent, though pretty and elusive, but maybe laid bare- You, California man… may not know a normal bliss. Stare, ignorant of the eyes’ return…
New single from Mean Sea Level, “At a Loss”.
As if admitting the unaccomplished was the dare that would keep you forever trying. And that sadness might propel beauty…donning a spy suit, visiting your twenties self, but limiting it to a backyard thought bubble.
Ah… dropped from the sky, the crushing dexterity of the ghostly italic 90s via Venice (California, that is). Tunnel back into your brighter self in the New Music Video from Mean Sea Level for “Stolen Time”, featuring some vintage footage and on-point style from Brett Barton, John Toya and original film by Will Downing Jr.
The new Mean Sea Level LP come out Friday 2/12, and we’re celebrating Saturday 2/13 with a special instore at Saki Records, with Mean Sea Level (Brett Barton guitar, Gary Pyskacek upright bass) and a rare appearance from Rock Falls. BYOB, FREE, ALL AGES… we all win. And since you may have already streamed the new Mean Sea Level in full, or seen the first video, I decided to post one of my all-time favorite tracks from Rock Falls. Enjoy, and see you on the 13th.
Watch the first single from Mean Sea Level’s upcoming new LP, “Everyone Who Feels the Sun”, out 2/12 (but preorder now and you can have it immediately). This video was shot and edited by Brett Barton, our one-man army of the Mean Sea.